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About Kenneth Suna

Kenneth Suna is a writer and full time, self-employed stock trader who lives in Washington, D.C. His first novel, Roman, was recently published. Follow him @KennethSuna.

How to Write, Format, and Self-Publish the Next Great American Novel

Categories: Learn

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That idea isn’t worth anything if you never get it on paper.

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Important Considerations & Rules for Living in Your First “Adult” Place

Categories: Learn, Live

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Up until your first paycheck your requirements for housing were probably solely based around rent prices. Here are some other things to think about – and the law of the land once you move in.

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Viva Las Vegas! Ten Tips on Surviving a Weekend in Sin City

Categories: Learn, Live

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Vegas is a beast unlike any other – slay it like a pro.

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6 Smart Ways to Curb Senseless Spending

Categories: Learn, Spend

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Six ways to have more money without earning more money.

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Raining Cats & Dogs: What You Need to Know Before Bringing Home a Pet

Categories: Learn, Live

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Pets can change your life in good ways you can’t even imagine. Unfortunately, there are also unique lifestyle changes too. Get briefed before you adopt.

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Spy School: Live and Act like a Double O

Categories: Learn

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Etiquette, manners, and food customs for lavish & sophisticated settings.

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Spy School: Celebrating 50 Years of Bond for the Whole Month of November

Categories: Live, The Field Manual

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Lessons learned living as a Double 0.

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My $.02 On Your $.02: Be Mindful of Taking Advice

Categories: Live

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If you let them, everyone will give you advice and explain why it’s right. Learn to trust your gut on who to trust.

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Our House is (not) Your House: How to Be a House Guest in the 21st Century

Categories: Learn, Live

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Staying with friends or your new girlfriend’s parents? As the saying goes, actions speak louder than words. Let them know you appreciate their hospitality.

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How to Dump a Friend: Ending a Friendship Like an Adult

Categories: Learn, Live

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Sometimes friendships, even long-lasting important ones, can sour. Many guys opt for the “pretend they don’t exist, and they’ll get the hint” approach. We say you’re more of a man that that.

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Five Easy Steps for Surviving Jury Duty

Categories: Learn

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Our man goes deep undercover inside one of the most feared requirements our government puts on non-criminal citizens over the age of 18: jury duty.

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Declutter Your Space

Categories: Learn

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Quit holding on to, and forcing yourself to live in, old junk.

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Do You Curse like a F@#&in’ Sailor?

Categories: Live

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We value our four letter words as much as the next guy but the kid a few seats down or the new, beautiful woman sitting across from you may not. So cool it will ya? And do us all a favor: Use ‘em when they count.

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An Insider’s Guide on How to Find a Gym

Categories: Train

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Whether you achieve your fitness goals or not is largely because of one overlooked factor: Where you choose to work on them. Our inside man’s got 5 years working at a gym, and he’s got some things you should know.

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Tweet This: “I’m Not As Important As I Think I Am”

Categories: Learn

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Social media can be a great way to share your life with friends and family…just make sure it’s the stuff worth sharing.

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My So-Called (Quarter) Life (Crisis)

Categories: Live

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Your mid-20′s can be a rough time. Our man’s got the 6 stages every quarter-lifer goes through. Here’s to making it out on top.

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Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say

Categories: Live

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Some guys try to coast through life breaking up with girls by ignoring them or sucking up to the boss when the boss doesn’t have a clue of what’s going on. These types aren’t just pushovers, they can’t be trusted. In a relationship, at a party, or at work, we show you the best way to be a man of your word.

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The Lost Art of Saying ‘Thank You’

Categories: Learn

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Saying “thank you” with a big smile when you receive a gift or nice gesture may seem adequate enough but it’s not. A gentleman always writes a thank you note. In these days of instant communication, it’s easy to overlook the act of writing a thank you letter, or feel it’s overdoing it. We show you what to say, when to say it, and what to write it on.

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The Not So (Totally) Obvious Guide to Good Management

Categories: Learn

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Being a good manager takes skill and conscious effort, and the surprising thing is most of us aren’t taught how to be effective leaders. Follow this crash course and you’ll have a productive team that respects you and values your leadership.

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May I Take Your Order? Why Working at a Restaurant When You’re Laid Off Is A Good Thing

Categories: Earn

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If you’re in between jobs, working at a restaurant may seem like a huge step back or a waste of time. But before you dismiss waiting tables, consider the incredible benefits it can have on your career. Don’t believe us? We show you how.

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Should We Eat There? An Insider’s Guide to Spotting Shoddy Restaurants

Categories: Learn

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If you’ve never felt the debilitating pain and humiliation of a bout with food poisoning, do yourself a favor and keep that track record sparkling by using this guide to recognizing the signs of quality, or disaster, in restaurants.

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